A quick note before we start today – this is the last competition post this year
A massive WELL DONE to all our winners and thanks to everyone for playing along and tweeting – but most of all your lovely messages while we had a bit of technical breakdown. Looking forward to reading all your comments in 2012 and do let me know what things you’d like to see on Tate Kids by dropping me an email - firstname.lastname@example.org.
(If you are today’s lucky winner, I’ll post your prize between Christmas and New Year)
Happy Christmas and New Year, everyone.
x SJ x
For 2011, Tate Kids asked pupils at Swinemoor Primary School, East Riding to choose their favourite works from the Tate Kids Collection and share their thoughts. So, for the 24 days before Christmas, you can see their excellent choices and what they mean to them.
To get involved leave a comment in this post with a contact email (which we won’t publish – but make sure you ask permission from your adults) or tweet us @tate_kids.
How is snow described in the Christmas carol, Good King Wenceslas?
a) Deep and crisp and even
b) Shallow and soggy and higgledy-piggledy
c) There’s no talk of snow in that carol!
Leave your answer in the comments below. Good luck!